Time is Running Out for Indianapolis First Time Homebuyer Credit
If you plan to use the First-Time Home Buyer Tax Credit program to buy a home in Indianapolis, time is running out. The program expires November 30, 2009 and closing on a home can take up to 60 days.
That leaves you about 6 weeks from today to ...
Posted by Paula Henry on August 20, 2009 in Buyer Resources
Living in Brownsburg – A New School
Bulldogs are ugly dogs! Those were the words my ten year old belted out near the end of her 4th grade year. This was her response to the news that next year she would attend a new school as we were moving to Brownsburg over the summer. I assured her ...
Posted by Paula Henry on August 20, 2009 in Community News
Your New Mortgage Payment Info
What happens to your mortgage payment when the taxes change? We’ll look at my daughter’s changes over the last 18 months. In 2008 when the Indianapolis property tax C-bill came out ( the final bill for 2006), it was much less than the ...
Posted by Paula Henry on August 19, 2009 in Real Estate News
TAXING Times in Indianapolis – Property Taxes, That is!
An email on Friday revealed the answer to the question many have been asking. When will the tax bills go out? Today the Indianapolis Star confirmed the property tax bills for Hendricks County will be mailed out this week.
The time bomb – they ...
Posted by Paula Henry on August 17, 2009 in Real Estate News
Brownsburg Named Best Place to Live
Brownsburg, Indiana gained national attention when CNN Money named it the 33rd best place to live in the country.
Although traffic was named as a a detractor, the advantages of living in Brownsburg far outweigh the negative impact traffic has been ...
Posted by Paula Henry on August 9, 2009 in Community News
Avon Real Estate Update
The first quarter sales started slowly in Avon with average prices declining early in the first quarter before heading back up. Inventory was also down from last year. This perfect combination made for a good first half of the year for home sales in ...
Posted by Paula Henry on August 2, 2009 in Market Statistics
Facing Foreclosure in Indianapolis
Losing the American Dream
Buying a home is the 'American Dream' and a huge investment which is normally not taken lightly. I doubt many people who sign their loan documents and open the door to their new home, think 'well, if I can't make it, ...
Posted by Paula Henry on August 2, 2009 in Real Estate News